Terrys Fabrics Announce Increase in Bright Fabric Sales

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The seventies characterized by stack heels, flares and crazy geometric prints continues to make its presence felt not only in fashion circles but also in our homes as our passion for all things funky hits new heights according to (Stoke/Stockport) based Terrys Fabrics.

Sample requests for highly coloured, patterned and geometric curtain fabrics are at an all time high, with customers requiring material to update their interior design schemes with the addition of new curtains, bedding and furniture covers. Browns, oranges, blues and greens – the bolder the better are proving most popular according to staff at the (Stoke/Stockport) stores.

However, it isn’t simply a case of splashing the cash to make a big impression, while savvy shoppers are investing in new fabrics to help inspire their seventies colour schemes and they are then visiting second hand shops to acquire authentic seventies furniture at greatly reduced prices to complete the look.

Paul McGuinness, Director of Terrys Fabrics comments:

“The seventies was one of the most distinctive design decades of recent times. The furniture, lighting, soft furnishings and fabric designs told a very specific story and it is fascinating that now, after years of near ridicule the 70s are back in vogue.

“We are fortunate in that we work with a large number of suppliers and are able to respond to trends such as this with stunning designs that match the desires of our customers. Our free sample service means that customers can take their chosen fabric swatches home to double check that they fit with their specific design schemes something that is doubly important with the bold statements that a 70s inspired interior creates. It is very easy to get it wrong with this trend and so we want to do everything we can to help people get it right first time.”

For more information about Terrys Fabrics either come and see us in our store at Stockport/Stoke or visit us online on http://www.terrysfabrics.co.uk


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